What’s On Suncoast? 1.15 – 1.22
The Suncoast Post asks, “What’s On, Suncoast?” Here are a few ideas for things to do around the area this week of January 15 – January 22, 2021!
MPAC Stone Hall, Outdoor Cinema or Weblink
A fully interactive comedy with tap and ballet, an audience quiz, along with other comedic surprises Nunsense is playing at the Manatee Performing Arts Center January 14 – 31, 2021. In deference to the pandemic, these performances can be seen in person with proper social distancing measures in place, in the outdoor parking lot of MPAC, or even via a weblink. Check out the website for all the details on your choice of viewing. For a an artsy fun good time and turn in to the Little Sisters of Hoboken for an amazingly fun time!
1465 S. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater, FL 33756
Looking for a quaint, homey, and yet upscale twist on your breakfast or lunch while in Clearwater? Wildflower Cafe and Market offers unique tastes with fresh ingredients. Featuring a wonderful ambiance tucked away from heavy traffic for a relaxing oasis of great eats. The market additionally offers many wonderful treats to take with you. Everything on the menu is offered for take away or curbside pickup and this restaurant features an amazing menu. From cold mimosas, hearty and different takes on breakfast staples to fresh and delicious lunch options – this is one eatery you must experience. We bet you will wish to return time and again.
Painting with a Twist
Painting with a Twist
5917 Manatee Ave. W, Suite 209, Bradenton, FL 34209
Trying to find the perfect team-building experience? Maybe a couple of girlfriends really need a night out to blow off some steam? Or you are simply wanting a night to try something different. Painting with a Twist is a fun, laughter-filled, and wine sipping experience that must be experienced to comprehend how amazing this outing can truly be. While artists show you step by step how to paint and decorate home decor items, everyone sips beverages and eats snacks of their choosing. Plan a private party or even virtual options during this tough time and see how much fun this experience can add to an otherwise dull week!
2202 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, FL 33606
What could be better than mixing time with your furry best friend, drinks, and sports? Pups Pub in Tampa believes there is nothing better and offers inside or outdoor seating with an endless water supply and a fenced-in dog park with doggy windows to watch cars go by. They even have Pup Patrollers to help maintain friendly play and safety for everyone. And for human visitors, sports, trivia nights, great drinks, and a unique atmosphere in the number one dog-friendly city anywhere. For all the rules of this fun watering hole, visit their website or Facebook page, and check it out this weekend!
1704 99th Street NW Bradenton, 34209
The weather might be cooler than normal, but that just means we should all be outside taking advantage of it. Have you been out to Robinson Preserve lately? Sure, they are preparing to open an expansion in February which will mean even more amazing sights, but you still can stretch those legs in some of the prettiest areas on the Suncoast. Walk open trails without fear of social distancing, and see the progress of resotring this 487 acre preserve from distrubed farmland to coastal and wetland habitats. Check out Facebook or the website for up to date information on the newest expansion, and all the great happenings at the Preserve this coming week.
Photos from the above business website or Facebook pages.